Results tagged with 'Zielinski'
Published Feb. 17, 2009
If you have aspirations of someday opening a bar in Milwaukee, you should know two things: Getting a liquor license depends largely on where you plan on putting your pub; and it goes a long way to be an upstanding citizen who's willing to work with your alderman.
Published Jan. 16, 2009
Milwaukee Ald. Tony Zielinski continues to tag graffiti artists as public enemy No. 1. But at least one member of a city committee says his latest plan blurs the line between murals, graffiti and freedom of expression. Zielinski is proposing an ordinance that would require any mural artist to apply for a permit and pay $75 in order to paint the side of a building.
Published Dec. 9, 2008
One of the most read stories on WSJ.com today features the Chuck E. Cheese in Brookfield. The story leads off saying in Brookfield, "no restaurant has triggered more calls to the police department since last year than Chuck E. Cheese."
Published Oct. 17, 2008
The City of Milwaukee is ready to unload seven acres of prime real estate in Bay View -- land that had been home to an Army Reserve site. The Department of City Development identified the site at Bay and Lincoln streets as a "key development opportunity or catalytic project."
Published March 7, 2008
The Milwaukee Police Department's troubled Crime Data System was a victim of lack of management, project oversight and lousy training, according to an audit by the city comptroller's office. That's a familiar finding from that office when it comes to police projects.
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